BBC follows gubernatorial candidate who supports Trump for new project
SAGINAW, Mich. - It's been a year since President Trump has taken office and now crews from the British Broadcast Corporation are back in town to get a pulse on the people.
Thursday a reporter from BBC News interviewed local residents on their feelings about Trump's time in office at Tony's Diner in Saginaw.
One of the stars of the show, gubernatorial candidate Jim Hines, a local doctor and staunch Trump supporter.
"I think he really wants to make America great again with all his power and strength he's really trying to fulfill and that gets me just as excited when he was campaigning,” said Hines.
The article will be on the BBC's website sometime at the end of the month.